Androscoggin River

Long Paddle & Run/Paddle/Run Duathlon

Where

Festival Plaza - 112 Main St, Auburn, ME 04210

(click here for directions)

When

Great Falls Brewfest Morning! - Saturday, June 27th 2020 - The Long Paddle's morning registration and bib pickup is from 7:00a to 8:00a with the race starting at 8:30a. The Duathlon's morning registration and Bib Pickup is from 7:00a to 8:30a with the race starting at 9:00a.  

Events

LONG PADDLE - Solo or Team of 2

7 mile paddle

Starts at Festival Plaza and finishes at the Durham boat launch

Transportation back to Festival Plaza available

(Course Map and Strava Segment)

RUN/PADDLE/RUN DUATHLON - Solo or Teams of 2 or 3

2 mile run - 1 mile paddle - 2 mile run

All 3 segments start and finish at Festival Plaza

*Course TBD*

Categories

*Total race participants capped at 75*

Solo - Male/Female

Ages: 0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+

Teams - Male/Female/Mixed

Ages: Open

*Click Here For Important Race Information*

*Leave No Trace Race*            Boat Rentals

                       

Beneficiary

ALT works to conserve and steward critical land in perpetuity for Androscoggin River watershed protection, wildlife habitat, natural resources, and outdoor recreational opportunities. We currently conserve approximately 6,000 acres of land from Jay to Durham, including over ten miles of riverfront along the Androscoggin River in both rural and urban areas.

 

Visiting our conserved properties you will find recreational trails, fields, wetlands, bogs, working farms and forests. We host several events to connect people with these places throughout the year, including a canoe/kayak race, fishing outings with local youth, river and trail cleanups, and snowshoe, paddling, natural history and educational outings. The land we conserve contributes to water quality, ecological health and diversity, wildlife, plant and human health, opportunities for exploration, economic vitality, community well-being and scenic beauty, for now and for future generations. A vast network of members, volunteers, and partners make this important work possible.